Is there a 17mm socket?

Is there a 17mm socket?

1/2-in Drive 17mm Metric Shallow Impact Socket is engineered and constructed to endure high torque application with impact wrenches. This impact socket is specially designed to engage with the flats of fasteners to prevent rounding so it’s time to turn up the torque and turn tough jobs into easy ones.

How deep are the extra deep sockets?

We offer extra deep impact sockets with 3/8”, 1/2”, 3/4″ ,1”, 1-1/2”, and #5 spline drives. Prices for 12″ in length and shorter. There is an additional charge for longer sockets. Length listed is of the total socket, not the inside clearance.

What are the 3 standard automotive drive sizes for sockets?

Some of the commonly used SAE sizes are 3/8 in., 5/8 in., and 11/16 in. sockets. Metric sockets: Ideal for working on imported vehicles, metric sockets’ sizes are measured in millimeters.

What size drives are there for sockets?

Drive size: Both metric and SAE sockets are available in three drive sizes: ¼-inch, 3/8-inch and ½-inch. Each requires a different ratchet and other accessories like extensions. Smaller sockets typically use smaller drive sizes, while larger sockets use the larger drive sizes.

What is equivalent to 17mm socket?

SAE to Metric Conversion Chart

SAE Metric Inch
16mm 0.63
21/32″ 0.656
17mm 0.669
11/16″ 0.688

What size is 15mm in metric?

MM Approximate Size In Inches Exact Size In Inches
14mm 9/16 Inch 0.55118 Inches
15mm Just short of 5/8 Inch 0.59055 Inches
16mm 5/8 Inch 0.62992 Inches
17mm Just short of 11/16 Inch 0.66929 Inches

How long is an extra deep socket?

A: The overall length is 5.85 in.

Are deep sockets better?

A deep socket’s greater length also allows them to reach nuts that are out of reach of shallow sockets, especially when they’re used in conjunction with a socket extension bar that extends the reach of the socket.

What are deep impact sockets used for?

However, impact sockets are nearly exclusively used with powered impact wrenches or drivers where greater force can be applied and are usually used by mechanics to remove seized nuts and bolts from vehicles. Impact sockets are designed to cope with the vibration caused by an impact wrench.

How many mm is 3/8 inch?

9.53 mm
Conversion table inches to mm

Dimensions — Inches to Metric
0.375” 3/8” 9.53 mm
0.438” 7/16” 11.13 mm
0.500” 1/2” 12.70 mm
0.563” 9/16” 14.30 mm

Is 3/8 and 10mm the same?

9mm = almost 3/8 inch. 10mm = just over 3/8 inch. 11mm = almost 7/16 inch. 12mm = almost 15/32 inch (= almost 1/2 inch)

What to do when you don’t have a deep socket?

Two coins. Who would think that money can be used as a makeshift tool? Take two large coins (2 pence coins work perfectly for this) and place them on either side of the nut. Grip the coins between the knuckles of your index and middle fingers for extra grip and twist in the direction needed to loosen the nut.

Can you use an impact driver for sockets?

Chrome-plated sockets should never be used with an impact driver. Regular chrome-plated sockets can crack or shatter and send pieces flying. Use only impact-rated sockets for impact guns, and impact-rated sockets or nut drivers for smaller cordless impact drivers.

Do you need a 3/8 impact?

Due to its form factor, a 3/8 impact wrench presents the better option if you want to achieve precision while fastening or removing nuts and bolts. Even though their motors are a bit weaker, 3/8 impact wrenches will allow you to focus all the torque of that tool in one point more easily than with the 1/2 impact wrench.

What size is 17mm in standard?

17mm = almost 11/16 inch.

What size is a 3/8 bolt in metric?

US to Metric Conversion Table

US (inches) Metric (millimeters)
3/8 9.5
7/16 11
1/2 13
9/16 14

What is 17mm in standard?

Will a 3/8 washer fit a M10?

As George says the CG-5 does use the metric 10 x 1.5. That said, they are very close, the 3/8″ bolt is about 0.019″ smaller and the pitch’s are very close so the 3/8 -16 bolt will thread in the 10mm x 1.5 but the 10 x 1.5 bolt will not fit the 3/8 but..

Why do I need deep sockets?

Deep sockets (right image) can reach the nut on a longer, threaded bolt; they also allow you to reach recessed fasteners.